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mourn those killed, a funeral will be held this morning for krystle campbell and memorial service is scheduled later tonight for lingzi lu. and following a tense friday under lockdown, bostonians this morning are heading back to work, resuming a bit of normality. but the blast site a stretch of boylston street that includes copley square near the marathon's finish line remains closed at least for now. boston's police commissioner telling cnn the area is expected to remain -- to reopen, i should say, in the next day or two. right now let's start with the surviving suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev, 19 years old. he's at the beth israel deaconess medical center. he's in serious but stable condition. he is sedated with a tube down his throat after suffering a gunshot wound to his neck. and this just coming into cnn, sources now confirming that dzhokhar tsarnaev is communicating in fact with investigators by writing his answers down. they have been questioning him since yesterday. there is some form of communication between law enforcement and the suspect we believe in writing. pamela brown i
of the victims of the bombing, 29-year-old krystle campbell. massachusetts governor deval patrick will attend and at 2:50 p.m. eastern time bells across boston will ring to mark one week since those twin bombs went off just feet from the marathon's finish line changing so many lives in this that incident. joining me from washington, pete williams. let's talk about dzhokhar tsarnaev. he isn't talking yet but he's communicating. what more do we know about that and let's also talk about the issue of whether or not charges are coming today. >> okay. in terms of his communication, we're told that they are asking him questions for brief periods of time and that he is responding to some questions in writing. we don't know how complete or how thorough this is only that he's conscious and that he is responding to these questions, which during this stage will have to be confined to the issue of whether there's a continuing threat, whether other people were working with him, whether there were other bombs out there, things of that nature. now, on the question of whether charges or when they'll be filed,
who loved spring and flowers and looked forward to falling in love. krystle campbell stood near the marathon finish line just about every year. friends and colleagues say she was a giver who enjoyed other people's successes as much as her own. she was always there when they needed her. >> she was a happy, happy girl. sometimes you feel like you're bragging too much, but she was just perfect. >> reporter: massachusetts resident for all her 29 years, krystle campbell worked as a restaurant manager in sub urban arlington. m.i.t. campus police officer sean collyer was shot and killed by the fleeing suspects thursday night. fellow officers, students and friends all described the 26-year-old as a man who was committed to serving his community. they had a memorial service for him last night. >> not only was he born to be a police officer, he was born to pursue a career in policing that illustrated all the good things that policing this society is supposed to represent. >> reporter: his friends say sean collyer dpied doing what he loved, protecting the people around him. the brilliance
that this friendship could only last one year. >> such a loss. friends and family of krystle campbell also said their good-byes, hundreds of people lined the streets as the hearse approached. no funeral has been set for 8-year-old martin richard. hundreds turned out for a wake for sean collier and a public memorial service is scheduled tomorrow. vice president joe biden and jill biden are set to attend. >> so tragic. thank you, john. 48 minutes past the hour. still ahead airline passengers will have to keep their knives, bats and golf clubs at home at least for a while longer. why the tsa is delaying the new policy that was scheduled to take effect this week. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. ...and we inspected his brakes for free. -free is good. -free is very good. [ male announcer ] now get 50% off brake pads
, funeral services for one of the bombing victims, 29-year-old krystle campbell. and across boston and the world, the outpouring of support for the victims and the heroes continues. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ whoa whoa whoa ♪ good times never seemed so good ♪ ♪ so good, so good, so good ♪ i've been inclined ♪ whoa whoa whoa >> an emotional week in boston and we're on top of all the stories, good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. boston and the nation pause for a moment of silence one week after the first bomb blast at the boston marathon. seven days later, investigators from the fbi and c.i.a. are taking the first crucial steps in trying to communicate with boston bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev. joining me now, nbc news justice correspondent, pete williams. pete, what do we know about their ability to communicate with him and about the legal steps that they will be taking? >> well, their ability to communicate with him is limited, because of this injury he has, his injuries are pretty serious. ehe's said to be in serious but stable condition. he's on a ventilat
in the bombings, krystle campbell is one of them, she was remembered during a memorial service today and as the service began, which took place nearly seven miles from the marathon finish line, police officers lined the street to salute the casket bearing her remains. lingzi lu, the graduate student from china who friends say was passionate about math and took delight in the little things in life is also being remembered tonight. those who were injured are struggling to recover. tonight, 50 people remain in the hospital, including the transit officer who was wounded in the firefight with the tsarnaev brothers on thursday night. many of the dozen or so survivors who have endured amputations are being consoled by war veterans, which is just an incredible thing, who are telling them that their love of life doesn't have to perish with the limbs that they have lost. a group of runners who didn't get to finish the marathon last monday did today, symbolically carrying the torch for those who could not. and finally this evening, the fbi officially turned boylston street back over to the city
a moment of silence honoring the victims of this horrible terrorist attack. chr krystle campbell and lingzi lu, martin richard and of course officer collier. you had a moment of silence for them here in boston and throughout the country. >> the mayor will receive an american flag that flew over the finish line at the boston marathon exactly one week ago. the fbi will present the mayor with this commemorative american flag that has flown at half-staff over the boston marathon finish line in a ceremony that we are about to see live here on cnn. and then we are told the city will commence what's being described as a five-phase plan for reopening this street to business, to commerce, to traffic, to passengers, to people just walking along. the first phase will be decontamination and testing, to make sure everything is safe and secure. second phase is structural building assessments, utility coordination, making sure power has been restored. third phase, debris removal, getting rid of all the junk that's accumulated on the streets. phase four, internal building assessments, making sure the build
. in medford the funeral for 29-year-old krystle campbell. the church overflowing, the grief unbearable. now that boston has control of boylston street again throughout the day today residents and businesses will be allowed back in there, and the hope is, in the next day or two, it will be open to the general public. john, back to you. >> that's right, miguel marquez, thank you so much. boylston street right behind me will be open. as you said residents and people who work there. and one other note, there will be a memorial service for the m.i.t. police officer sean collier tomorrow and vice president joe biden and dr. jill biden are both planning to attend. >>> we know the tsarnaev brothers spent several years in the republic of dagestan in the russian caucasus. that's where their parents still live today. cnn's nick naturen walsh has been working the scene there. he joins us now from the capital. what have you learned this morning. >> john, i had a lengthy talk with zubeida tsarnaev, the brother of the two alleged boston bombers. very emotional, having in the last few hours, early morning
. in her hometown of medford krystle campbell was laid to rest. the one week anniversary of the bombing marked by a moment of silence. heads bowed across the city and the nation. yet it's the stories of kindness that keep boston going. friday's man hunt trapped mckenzie wells and her 17 month old son holden in their home. out of milk she got this special delivery from a brook line police officer. >> never imagined someone in their tactical gear carrying two gallons of milk down the street. >> the photo taken by her husband, just more evidence of how a small gesture can make a big difference. >> thank you. >> reporter: now today those who left their belongings in the chaos of the explosion can get them from the boston police, and also those who live on the section of boylston street that was closed by the bombings and those who work there, they can return to their places of work and the places where they live, but there is no word yet on when boylston street will be reopened to the public. matt. >> anne thompson in boston. thanks very much. pete williams is in washington with new details
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